Repair and Service
If you need same day appliance repair in Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx or the rest of our service area zip codes, our experienced appliance repair technicians are available for your call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our technicians will take care of all of your major appliance repair needs. We repair and service all brands and models for major appliances, such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, ovens, stoves, dishwashers, garbage disposals, trash compactors, heating and air conditioning units. Our service call is free with any repair that we do for you and we always provide a written estimate before the repair, which must be approved by you in order for us to perform the appliance repair. We don’t charge extra for travel or if your appliance repair appointment is on the weekend or at night. You can also have confidence that we have most competitive prices for major appliance repairs in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, since we offer a low-price match policy that ensures you pay the lowest possible price for any appliance, heating or air conditioning repair.
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Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.
Please note: We ONLY work on residential appliances. We do NOT work on commercial and small appliances. (i.e. Blenders, Vacuums, etc.)
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We understand that everyone has a different schedule and we will always work with you to schedule your Queens, Brooklyn or Bronx appliance, air conditioning or heating repair. For a convenient and flexible appliance repair appointment in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx, call us at our toll free line:
If you prefer, you can email us as well for an appliance repair appointment in Brooklyn, Queens or Bronx. In the email please include your name, phone number, zip code and brief details of the problem that you are experiencing with your appliance. As soon as we receive the email we will contact you, so that you can schedule your appliance repair appointment in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx.
Our Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating repair service areas include entire Queens NY and the surrounding cities:
The information below will help you to become more familiar with your major appliances. It will also help you to use your appliances in the most effective and efficient ways. This way you will be able to save money on utility expenses and to extend the life of your appliances, air conditioning and heating systems.
IMPORTANT: Do not try to use your own skills and get involved in any major appliance repairs that you are not familiar and experienced with. Ninety-nine percent of the time when you repair appliances you deal with water and electricity and if you don’t know what you are doing this could be a dangerous mix. It could literally kill you! Do not take chances with your safety. The information below is strictly for educational purposes. We strongly encourage you not to getting involved with any appliance repairs on your own. All appliance repairs demand experience and professional training with gas or electrical systems and can become very dangerous if you don’t have the knowledge for repairs. For professional help appliance repair in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx call us any time at:
After both husband and wife understand fully the use of the new appliance, store the instruction book and other materials that usually will help you learn and prevent your appliances from repairs such as (wiring diagram, parts list, warranty, bill of sale, etc.) in a place where both of you will have ready access to them if needed. I always have papers include the model and serial numbers, find these on the appliance and note them on the cover of the instruction book. Keep it file like this for every appliance that you own such as Air Conditioning, Heating appliances, Furnaces, Washer, Dryer Refrigerator, Stove, Oven, Dishwasher and Disposal. Some homeowners protect important papers like these in a loose-leaf folder. Find for your self about method of storage. But do it.
You'll obtain the highest results for your major appliances are in three-part program of home appliance installation and servicing. The
First step begins with the proper appliance installation and usage of the appliance. The second is to exercise proper preventative appliance maintenance procedures as contained in the devoted to each appliance manual. If you don't do this yourself, you're still ahead of the game even if you pay to have it done. The third step is to know how your appliance operates and what to do if it appliance doesn't. This pays big dividends to you, often resulting in considerable savings in time and expense, plus a big bonus the fun and satisfaction derived from a job well done.
But let us point out once again that this activity is not a one-sided affair for either the lady or the man of the house. Proper appliance use and maintenance ought always to be a joint consideration for both of you.
For example, the person who uses the dryer ought to be the one who cleans out the lint, making the appliance ready for the next user. Enough said?
Major Appliance PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Auto mechanics will always advise that it's easier and less expensive to tighten a wheel nut than to repair the wreckage that may occur if the nut comes off. That's preventative maintenance. Through preventative maintenance of home appliances, you can avoid the inconveniences that accompany a appliance breakdown and further appliance repairs. You also can often save money by taking corrective steps before a tiny trouble becomes a big one.
The simple act of application of oil or other lubricant to adjoining appliance surfaces that function together is appliance preventative maintenance. The wise homeowner will have a regular schedule for lubricating (but not over-lubricating) all household machines. Twice a year should be about right. When you have once checked over a particular appliance, a record of where to apply oil will speed future lube jobs. Some machines or parts, of course, are sealed and have lifetime lubrication.
Professional appliance preventative maintenance is almost always a wise investment. Having your room air conditioner checked, cleaned, and oiled may prevent a motor bearing burnout on the hottest day of summer. Tightening a loose belt on a washer or dryer may save the same belt from replacement a few months in the future. During off seasons and periods of light work loads local appliance repair businesses sometimes advertise reduced rates for appliance preventative maintenance work. Such offers are usually worthwhile.
Based it its exposure lo a variety of appliance problems and appliance repairs we have gleaned experiences home appliance repairs, troubleshooting and appliance care list that apply for all appliances. Among them are the following:
- Always unplug the appliance before cleaning or inspecting it.
• Never use an appliance when your hands are wet.
• At the slightest appliance indication of tingle or electrical shock, unplug the appliance and don’t use if again until it is thoroughly tested.
• Use the appliances exactly as the manufacturer directs.
• Use the appliance for its intended purpose only. Do not make tiny unusual demands for which it was not designed.
• Use with the appliance only those products recommended by the manufacturer—that is, detergents, utensils, cleaning solutions, etc.
• Treat exterior and interior finishes with care. Metal finishes can scratch, porcelain enamel can develop hairline cracks or chips, find there are limitations to the impact plastics, and other materials, Call Pay careful attention to advice provided in the user's manual.
• Exercise care in cleaning the appliance. Water can cause electrical short circuits.
• (Turn off the plug, not the cord, when disconnecting an appliance from the outlet. Be on the lookout for worn cords and loose plugs.
• Do not operate an appliance that is partly disassembled.
• Don't attempt to defeat safety devices such as lid and door switches.
• Keep children away from any appliance that is in operation, including range door surfaces during self-cleaning operations. All appliances use an energy source for operation that presents a potential hazard for any person not instructed in proper use and care.
• An extension cord is not recommended. If one must be used temporally be sure that it is at least as large as the appliance cord and keep it as short as possible.
• Gas appliances that use an external electrical supply should he grounded and wired in the same manner as electrical appliances.
• Make provisions for combustion air and venting for gas appliances, as specified in the owner's manual and instructions.
• Shut off the gas supply before moving it gas appliance. Relight the pilot when back in place.
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